The small city of Toccoa lies among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in northeast Georgia. Toccoa offers more than 75 national and local stores, an award-winning downtown, and suburban shopping centers. On Main Street, explore specialty shops, wander through the art galleries, and tour the renovated courthouse. The Currahee Military Museum inside the Toccoa depot is devoted to the soldiers who trained at Camp Toccoa. The Stephens County Historical Museum offers a glimpse into the area's past which is full of interesting and colorful hometown folks including Olympian Paul Anderson, world record holder for the "Strongest Man." While in Toccoa, stop in one of the restaurants, one of which was highlighted on Food Network's Alton Brown's "Feasting on Asphalt" show. Enjoy the outdoors while visiting Toccoa Falls, Currahee Vineyards, Henderson Falls Park, Paul Anderson Park or Traveler's Rest State Historic site.
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160 North Alexander Street
Toccoa, GA 30577
Take the SR 17 exit off of I-85 or 985.Visit Website
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Stephens County Farmer's Market in Downtown Toccoa
Come every Tuesday, 3 pm-7 pm & Saturday, 8 am-12 pm (May-October) rain or shine, to buy fresh local produce from the farmers who grew it in Stephens County.
Toccoa Harvest Festival
Celebrate in beautiful historic downtown Toccoa at this outdoor festival featuring regional music, homemade and handcrafted items, classic cars and local as well as international food. Don't miss this family friendly event!
Visitor Walking Guide Historic Downtown Toccoa
The beauty of our revitalized main street is further complemented by its natural surroundings. From a 186' waterfall, to award winning hiking trails, Toccoa's location is the reason for its name. In 1874 the city was named with the Cherokee word for "beautiful" - Toccoa. Explore Main Street Tocco
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